Aviation Program Manager

Company Name:
Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson
Job Description
JMT's program management office at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport has an immediate need for an aviation program manager to work on a major terminal expansion program. The selected candidate will be primarily responsible for managing the design efforts of A/E consultants and coordinating with project stakeholders to deliver program projects.
The position predominantly involves working within an office environment as part of a team that is located within the Offices of the Maryland Aviation Administration at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport. However, the position will require the successful candidate to occasionally visit and visually observe areas of the airport that are being considered for redevelopment or that are under construction; the successful applicant will be required to be physically able to function in a construction site environment and shall be required to follow strict company safety policies when working in that environment.
Required Skills
Candidate must be able to work as part of a program management team to understand, interpret and implement program directives. Candidate must also possess an understanding of the construction process and apply that understanding to the development of project schedules in the context of identifying project interdependencies with the overall program. Excellent communications skills are a must. Preference will be given to candidates that are proficient with the following Microsoft Office Products; Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
Required Experience
At least 15 years of experience in program management of major airport terminal and/or facility capital improvement programs.
Experience working with scheduling software is desired but not required.

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